WWJB Hemorrhaging Listeners as Management Fiddles…
Brooksville, FL, Occupied Dixie – Well WWJB’s morning show is yet again without a host, and yet again this iconic Hernando County radio station is hemorrhaging listeners as station management fiddles around trying to find a replacement.
This has been the status quo since Bob Haa, a Hernando County broadcast icon passed away 2 years ago. Since Haa’s passing, station management has had two rejected Tampa radio personalities in Mike Reeves and Skip Mahaffey. Mike Reeves was a failed political morning show host that literally destroyed 820AM’s ratings to the point that this station abandoned talk radio altogether, and Skip was a successful country DJ from WQYK, but was a horrible conservative talk show host. Sorry Skip we can’t get along with Liberal Fascists and they won’t get along with us.
The only way peace will exist between these two sides is after one side has been eliminated via bloody civil war, and news flash… liberals don’t have guns so I’ll give you a hint as to who will ultimately win this inevitable conflict. Until then we will settle for calling them names and damning them to the hell that they are destined for.
Reeves we believe was fired, for well sucking… and Skip got another Country DJ gig out in Houston, TX. So yet again we are left with Herman Cain, the cheerleader of the establishment Republican Party on the AM side in the morning, and Glenn Beck on the FM side.
I don’t know about the rest of y’all but if a local host ain’t on the radio in the AM, then I’m not listening. Instead like many of you I turn iHeart Radio on and jam away to some classic country tunes.
To resolve this issue and fill the void left by Bob Haa, I’d like to give station management some advice. Find a local Florida Cracker host… i.e. someone that lives in Hernando County, and call it a day. I’d like to throw my hat in the ring… I would guarantee a spike in listeners and ratings during my first week.
If I’m not good enough, then by all means hire someone else… anyone… WWJB can’t survive these long dead air periods and we here at the Brooksville Belle don’t want to see this iconic Hernando County station vanish from the airwaves.
Hire local and save WWJB!